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Sunday, May 6, 2012


Arsenal Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has admitted that his side produced a weak defensive display against Norwich after being held to a draw at home. Aston Villa Defender Richard Dunne has called on Aston Villa's supporters to unite behind the team and not protest against manager Alex McLeish on Sunday. Blackburn Steve Kean is counting on the support of Blackburn's fans ahead of what he is describing as one of the biggest games at Ewood Park in years. Bolton Owen Coyle is not convinced Bolton's chances of overcoming West Brom have been boosted by Roy Hodgson's appointment as the new England manager. Chelsea Following the FA Cup final win, Roberto Di Matteo has hailed his players who have responded wonderfully well since he took charge in March. Everton David Moyes is determined to keep all his best players at Everton this summer and insists Phil Neville still has a lot to offer on the pitch. Fulham Martin Jol thinks Fulham could smash their record Premier League points total this season as he targets two wins over Sunderland and Tottenham. Liverpool Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has blamed his side poor defensive performance in the first hour for their FA Cup final defeat to Chelsea. Manchester City Manchester City's unsung hero Pablo Zabaleta has said his team-mates need no added incentive to secure a crucial victory at Newcastle on Sunday. Manchester United Lazio are hoping to bolster their veteran strike force in the summer by snapping up Dimitar Berbatov for just EUR5 million from Manchester Utd. Newcastle United Coach Alan Pardew has warned Manchester City that Newcastle are ready to stall their Premier League title charge at St James' Park on Sunday. Norwich City Norwich coach Paul Lambert has hailed hi sisde for securing a 'monumental' result at Arsenal but claims they were denied a definite penalty. Queens Park Rangers Coach Mark Hughes knows QPR need all three points from the huge game with Stoke if they are to keep their Premier League survival hopes alive. Stoke City Coach Tony Pulis has promised QPR and Bolton's fellow strugglers there will be plenty of fight shown by his Stoke side in their final two games. Sunderland Sunderland skipper Lee Cattermole is targeting a strong finish to the season and admits Martin O'Neill has brought a lot of life to the club. Swansea City Swansea manager Brendan Rodgers has warned Manchester United they face a 'dangerous' opponent when his side travel to Old Trafford on Sunday. Tottenham Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp has criticised the FA for allowing speculation about the England manager's job rumble on for almost three months. West Brom Keith Downing insists West Brom still have targets to achieve this season as they start to prepare for when Roy Hodgson leaves the Baggies. Wigan Athletic Manager Roberto Martinez insists Wigan are not going to depend on others for results as his side prepare for their clash against Blackburn. Wolverhampton Captain Karl Henry has challenged relegated Wolves to beat Everton after admitting their form at Molineux this season has been 'atrocious'.

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